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We're in a post-Survivor Series lull where Raw is biding its time until January to build for the Royal Rumble, SmackDown is setting up for a inconsequential Clash of Champions, and NXT is airing weird house show episodes. So it must be December!
Top Raw Superstars
|5||Roman Reigns||21-15-1||6 (+1)||5|
|6||Dean Ambrose||20-15-2||5 (-1)||3|
With no pay-per-view before the Royal Rumble at the end of January, Raw really doesn't have a lot going on right now. Roman Reigns is still looking strong at least as he moves up another spot.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|1||AJ Styles||23-16-2||5 (+4)||1|
|2||Jimmy Uso||17-10-0||1 (-1)||1|
|3||Shinsuke Nakamura||15-8-0||2 (-1)||1|
|4||Bobby Roode||11-4-0||3 (-1)||3|
|5||Shelton Benjamin||7-1-0||4 (-1)||4|
|8||Kofi Kingston||12-8-0||10 (+2)||3|
|9||Jinder Mahal||18-15-0||8 (-1)||3|
|10||Chad Gable||13-11-1||9 (-1)||9|
AJ Styles had a really good week, since he propelled four spots into first after defeated two men in a handicap match. Just ignore the fact it was The Singh Brothers. Kofi Kingston also avoided falling off by taking down the #1 contenders for the tag titles with Xavier Woods.
|1||Rich Swann||33-10-0||2 (+1)||1|
|2||Akira Tozawa||31-10-1||1 (-1)||1|
|7||Jack Gallagher||22-21-0||6 (-1)||1|
Fallen off from last week: The Brian Kendrick (10)
Apparently no one in the Cruiserweight Division can handle it, as Rich Swann has moved up into the top position. His teaming with Cedric Alexander seems to be paying out dividends, unlike The Brian Kendrick teaming with Jack Gallagher which is hurting both of them.
Top NXT Superstars
|3||The Velveteen Dream||7-1-0||4 (+1)||3|
|4||Angelo Dawkins||6-0-0||9 (+5)||4|
|5||Montez Ford||6-0-0||10 (+5)||5|
|6||Andrade "Cien" Almas||10-5-0||5 (-1)||5|
|8||Otis Dozovic||7-2-0||7 (-1)||6|
|9||Tucker Knight||7-2-0||8 (-1)||7|
Fallen off from last week: Drew McIntyre (2 - injured)
Drew McIntyre is now officially on the shelf until next year, so he has be deactivated and moved. It would have moved everyone up a spot, except the Street Profits had a big win this week that jumped them over half of the list and put them into the Top 5.
Top Female Superstars
Fallen off from last week: Naomi (9), Peyton Royce (10)
All the action is at the bottom of the list for the women. Kairi Sane defeated Peyton Royce on NXT to take her spot, and Ruby Riott and her Riott Squad took down Naomi and her partners so that Ruby could take her spot.
|6||Dolph Ziggler||SD||6-18-1||7 (+1)|
|7||Bo Dallas||RAW||4-14-0||8 (+1)|
Fallen off from last week: The Miz (6 - shooting movie)
The Miz is off to shoot a movie, and despite him being on the jobber list he was a bit part of what made Raw semi-watchable. This opened a spot for Titus O'Neil to return to the list, which was assisted by the fact that he was murdered by Samoa Joe this week.